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What's Nishijin Like?

Nishijin is an upscale part of town where you can spend time checking out the coffeehouses. Enjoy the neighborhood's rich culture. Learn about local heritage at landmarks like Daihonzan Myoren-ji Temple and Hokyo-ji Temple. There's plenty more to see, including Uhoin and Seimei-Jinja Shrine.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in Nishijin?

We have 257 accommodations in the neighborhood. Here are our customers' favorite lodging options in Nishijin:

THE JUNEI HOTEL Kyoto Imperial Palace West

City-center guestrooms with comfy beds, soaking bathtubs
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Central location

HOTEL NINJA BLACK

City-center guestrooms with soaking bathtubs
  • • Free WiFi • Garden • 24-hour front desk • Comfy beds

Kyoto Brighton Hotel

Luxury hotel with 4 restaurants, bar
  • • Free parking • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Spacious rooms

Hostel Mundo

2-star hostel
  • • Free WiFi • Garden • Attentive staff

Jisco Hotel Kyoto Goshonishi

3-star hotel
  • • Free WiFi • Garden • Central location

How to Get to Nishijin

Nishijin is located 1.8 mi (2.8 km) from the heart of Kyoto.

Flying to:

  • • Itami Airport (ITM), 23.9 mi (38.5 km) from Nishijin

Getting to Nishijin on Metro

Stations in the neighborhood include:
  • • Imadegawa Station
  • • Kuramaguchi Station

Things to See and Do in and around Nishijin

What to See in Nishijin

  • • Uhoin
  • • Seimei-Jinja Shrine
  • • Zuiunin Temple
  • • Daihonzan Myoren-ji Temple
  • • Senbon Shakado

Things to Do in Nishijin

  • • Nishijin Textile Center
  • • Raku Art Museum
  • • Funaoka Thermal Bath

Other Popular Nishijin Attractions

  • • Ichiidani-Nanano Shrine
  • • Hokyo-ji Temple
  • • Myokenji Temple
  • • Suika Temmangu Shrine
  • • Kamishichiken Saihoni Temple

When Is the Best Time to Visit Kyoto?

  • • Hottest months: August, July, September, June (average 78°F)
  • • Coldest months: January, February, December, March (average 44°F)
  • • Rainiest months: July, June, August, May (average 4 inches of rainfall)

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